Apple usually unveils its latest beta software during its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) yearly event. That is when we will get to see beta versions of iOS 15, tvOS 15, watchOS 8, iPadOS 15 and macOS 12. However, ahead of the June event, the company has released the public beta versions of iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6 and tvOS 14.6. Also Read - Pixel 6 vs iPhone 13 mini: Which is better between Google and Apple?
Reports suggest that the public betas released are the same as the first developer beta versions rolled out earlier this week. Also Read - Apple rolls out Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro updates with 8K ProRes videos and more for the new MacBook Pro
As of now, Apple has not revealed the list of changes that are a part of the iOS 14.6 beta version, however, the changes are not expected to be too big, and will be majorly building on features already seen on iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5. Also Read - Apple's iPhone maker Foxconn unveils 3 new electric vehicle prototypes
Apart from these, the company is also soon expected to launch watchOS 7.4 and macOS 11.3. A Release Candidate (RC) update for macOS 11.3 has already been rolled out and it comes with customisation options for Safari, new ways to rearrange different sections on the Start Page and more.
How to install the new public beta updates?
If you want to download and test out iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6 and tvOS 14.6 on your eligible device, you can follow the given steps.
- Head over to the Apple Beta Software Program website.
- Log in using your Apple ID, which is signed into the eligible device.
- Select the update and press send.
- The beta update will now show up as an OTA update on your device, which you can install.
Note, it is recommended that you back up your device first before installing the update.
Apple is expected to reveal its upcoming iOS 15, tvOS 15, watchOS 8, iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 developer betas during its WWDC event starting June 7 and going on till June 11. It is also expected to reveal the release schedules for the developer betas of all of its operating system arms.